Your PC can become a versatile network video source with i-Catcher Video Server.
Edit by Brothersoft: It may be desirable to have more than one camera installed, but doing so might involve a lot of hardware just to allow more than one camera to operate with i-Catcher Console, or to have more than one i-Catcher Sentry/Wildlife running.
i-Catcher Video Server is a solution to this hardware problem. i-Catcher Video Server operates directly with supported multi-port video Capture cards, and presents each of these ports as a single network video source, allowing a single computer to become the source of four video feeds per instance of i-Catcher Video Server. You can run up to four instances, thereby increasing the number of sources a single computer can provide up to sixteen. You simply enter the host, port, and address of the specific camera into i-Catcher Sentry, Wildlife, or Console, and i-Catcher Video Server runs transparently like any other local or network video source.
i-Catcher Video Server is fully configurable, and takes advantage of all the features your supported capture card provides. Features such as differing image sizes, video signal formats, interlaced/non-interlaced images, and brightness and contrast. As with all i-Catcher products, the embedded web server that is used to serve video images is not bound to any particular internet address or host port, so it won't conflict with your existing software.
i-Catcher Video Server is also fully automated. An automatic start option, along with automatic minimise options ensures that i-Catcher Video Server can start up without user interaction, providing a fully automated and recoverable solution for your needs. Also included is a security feature to Prevent accidental changing of settings, or tampering by other users.